Have you ever finished a meal and afterwards wondered what you just ate? Have you mindlessly munched on snacks while zoning out in front of a TV? Do you ever find yourself grazing on food without really tasting it? How about eating while standing at the counter or computer? If you answered yes to any of the questions above, then you have been a victim of mindless eating!
As the New Year begins, let’s set a goal to establish some healthy habits. Getting back into work and school routines makes convenience meals from the grocery store tempting. This month, let’s take a look at the grocery store roasted chicken, its versatility, and the scoop on ready to go sides and see how they can work as healthy options.
With the holidays approaching, it can be hard to find time to prepare meals for you and your family. Luckily, grocery stores are increasing the amount of ready-to-eat meals and snacks they offer. They can be a lifesaver on busy days! However, much like dining at restaurants/fast food chains, you must be careful not to sacrifice nutrition for the sake of convenience.
The end of the year can often bring upon more than just holiday cheer, as many people experience high levels of stress stemming from anything from financial burdens to exams for college and university students. In order to complete every task on the list, people often cut out physical fitness until the New Year. Maintaining fitness levels over the holidays does not require going to the gym on a regular basis.
Pilates is a slow motion form of activity that practices mindfulness through control of movement. It is a type of exercise that strengthens muscles in order to further prevent injury as well. It can be modified in many ways to accommodate past injuries, and can be modified for your own personal recovery. To learn more about Pilates and how to get started, click here
Fast food can be an easy, convenient solution to our busy lifestyles but finding a healthy choice can be a challenge. Subway is perhaps seen as the healthier option for eating out compared to other fast food restaurants due to its low-fat menu options and higher vegetable content. In this first segment of fast-food restaurants, we’ll take a closer look at the popular fast food chain Subway.